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The Unearth Bulletin

May 8 · Issue #60 · View online
Towards a Sustainable & Inclusive World

The state is withering away and we are worrying about which political conglomerate will lead a rotting structure. In news after news, we hear just two sets of stories. How the government’s agencies are incapable of addressing even the most basic of tasks, and how some people in the west have come up with a great part solution to the environment-employment problem.
Has India become merely a bystander, too feeble and old, led by government agencies that are in ruins? Yes, climate change is coming and we are waiting for that brave goddess to take matters in her own hands and save us. Who knows, perhaps she will appear, but while we wait for her, it would be good to strengthen our own abilities. The first step is, to empower and resource the environment agencies of the state.
-Laveesh Bhandari

Initiatives
Entrepreneur invents eco-friendly bamboo bottles Entrepreneur invents eco-friendly bamboo bottles
Sewers could help clean the atmosphere Sewers could help clean the atmosphere
Stop denying risks of air pollution Stop denying risks of air pollution
Reducing dirty cooking fuels can help India curb air pollution Reducing dirty cooking fuels can help India curb air pollution
Why the Green New Deal should include a 4-day week Why the Green New Deal should include a 4-day week
Government Actions
UK first to declare ‘climate emergency’ UK first to declare ‘climate emergency’
Contentious infrastructure projects get green nod Contentious infrastructure projects get green nod
Green impact assessment body defunct for one year Green impact assessment body defunct for one year
Uprooted for the sake of compensatory afforestation Uprooted for the sake of compensatory afforestation
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